Charterers Moving 20% of Global Cargo Shun Inefficient Ships

Container Ship

Charterers representing twenty percent of global shipped tonnage now have policies in place to avoid using the most ...

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Neste to Equip Chartered Tankers with Energy-Saving Systems

Neste Shipping to Equip Chartered Tankers with Energy-Saving Systems

Neste Shipping Oy, a subsidiary of Neste, Finland, has signed a benchmark agreement to lease energy management ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (18-22 of May)

Readers’-Picks

Interview: Time for Carriers to Get Ahead of the Curve The 2015 has started off as a pretty challenging year for ...

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Indonesia Opens First Green Container Terminal

Indonesia Opens First Green Container Terminal

Indonesian state-owned terminal operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Pelindo III) inaugurated the Lamong Bay ...

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Higher Turnover for Dutch Maritime Technology Sector

Higher Turnover for Dutch Maritime Technology Sector

The Dutch maritime technology sector has had a good year, posting a 17% increase in turnover, from € 6.4 billion ( ...

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DP World Brisbane Orders Two Kalmar Auto Stacking Cranes

DP World Brisbane Orders Two Kalmar Auto Stacking Cranes

Dubai-based port operator DP World has ordered two new Kalmar automatic stacking cranes (ASCs) for its ...

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Registration Open for Offshore Energy 2015

offshore energy arena

The registration for Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2015, that will be held in Amsterdam on 13th and ...

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British Columbia Opens Door to USD 36 Billion LNG Facility

British Columbia Opens Door to USD 36 Billion LNG Facility

The government of British Columbia and a consortium of companies led by Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd ...

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MOL Sells Propeller Boss Cap Fins No. 3,000

MOL Notches Order No. 3,000 for Propeller Boss Cap Fins

Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and its marine equipment trading company MOL Techno-Trade have accrued ...

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”K” Line Finds Work for Car Carrier Newbuilds

''K'' Line Finds Work for Car Carrier Newbuilds

Japan’s ocean carrier Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (”K” Line) plans to use some of its 7,500-unit size ...

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Pipeline Leaks 21,000 Gallons of Crude on California Coast

Pipeline Spills 21,000 Gallons of Crude on California Coast

A ruptured onshore pipeline leaked around 21,000 gallons of oil, some of which reached the ocean and the ...

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Port of Houston Makes It Rain

Port of Houston Makes It Rain

The US Port of Houston reported a record monthly revenue in April, spurred on by a 23 percent spike in total cargo ...

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Port of Antwerp Rewards Green Ships

Port of Antwerp Rewards Green Ships

Belgium’s port of Antwerp will grant a discount of up to 30% in port dues to seagoing ships that use ...

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World’s First Electric Car Ferry Enters Service

World's First Electric Car Ferry Enters Service

The world’s first electric car and passenger ferry powered by batteries – the MF Ampere – has ...

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Growing Importance of Surveillance for Crew Safety

Integrated surveillance solutions Increasingly Important for Crew Safety

Integrated surveillance solutions will play a major role in reducing risk to crew, vessels and cargo as safety ...

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Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Pelindo I Starts Port and Terminal Development Projects

Indonesia’s state-owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) plans to spend Rb 18 trillion (USD ...

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ICS Dismayed by US Stance on Ballast Water Regime

ICS Secretary General, Peter Hinchliffe

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) voiced its fears that the unilateral stance taken at last week’s ...

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Rolls-Royce to Ax 600 Marine Jobs

Rolls-Royce to Ax 600 Marine Jobs

Rolls-Royce Holdings announced plans today to cut 600 jobs by the end of this year at its Marine business within ...

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MSC and Alfa Laval Go Exclusive

MSC and Alfa Laval Go Exclusive

The second largest container line, the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), has chosen Swedish engineering company ...

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IMO Adopts Polar Code Environmental Provisions

IMO Adopts Polar Code Environmental Provisions

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has adopted the environmental part of the International Code for ...

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TGE Marine Signs Off on Three Gas Carriers

TGE Marine Signs Off on Three Gas Carriers

German EPCS (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Supervision) solution provider TGE Marine Gas Engineering ...

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DCT Gdansk Starts Work on Second Berth

DCT Gdansk 2016

Construction of the second berth at the Polish Port of Gdansk’s Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) was ...

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Readers’ Picks of the Week (10-14 of May)

Readers’-Picks

Why Containers Get Lost at Sea? Containerization has reformed the ocean transportation of cargo becoming the ...

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Japan Sets Aside USD 280 Million for Nacala Port Project

Japan Sets Aside USD 280 Million for Nacala Port Project

The government of Japan has agreed to provide Mozambique with a USD 280 million loan for the second phase of the ...

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Essar Ports Takes Over Vizag Iron Ore Terminal

Essar Ports Takes Over India's Busiest Iron Ore Terminal

India’s second largest privately-owned port and terminal operator Essar Ports Limited (EPL) took over the ...

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Bremerhaven Crane Operator Dies in Boom Collapse

Bremerhaven Crane Operator Dies in Boom Collapse

A 52-year-old crane operator died last night at the German port of Bremerhaven when a boom of the crane he was ...

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NYK Orders Two LNG Carriers for Cameron Project

Nippon Yusen Kabashiki Kaisha

Tokyo-based Nippon Yusen Kabashiki Kaisha (NYK) ordered two liquefied natural gas carriers from the compatriot ...

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